Each Thursday, beginning Oct. 6 – 6:30 P.M. – Mile 440 Parking Lot on Natchez Trace Parkway – Natchez Trace Ride! – A great place to ride when it is dark is the Natchez Trace Parkway, where the pavement is smooth, the traffic is light, and you can’t get lost! The ride will start at the MIle 440 Lot and go down to Garrison Creek and back for a 22-mile journey. Jeff Sammons and Fredia Barry will lead the ride. All bicycles must have a front headlight and a rear taillight, and all riders must wear reflective, high-visibility upper body clothing so that they can be seen when off the bike.
Saturday, May 27 – 7:00 A.M. – Clarksville Rotary Annual Metric – Rossview High School, 1237 Rossview Rd., Clarksville – While the CRAM offers a metric course, most folks go for the full century and see how fast they can cover the very flat course, mostly through the rich farmland of Todd County, Kentucky. Here’s
Saturday, May 27 – 8:00 A.M. – Jenkins-Goshen-Gaskill Junket & Old Trace to Chestnut Ridge! – Hillsboro Elementary School in Leipers Fork, 5412 Pinewood Rd. – This Saturday Durk Peterson will lead the ride and take us back down to Maury County, which we have missed for several weeks now. There are options of 35
Saturday, May 27 & Sunday, May 28 – Horsey Hundred – 8:00 A.M. – Georgetown, Kentucky – This is a scenic ride through the Kentucky Bluegrass region around Lexington. No steep climbs, but rollers all day, and lots of horses in the lush fields! Here’s a link for information and registration: Horsey Hundred
Sunday, May 28 – 8:00 A.M. – Pancake Ride – Hunters Bend Elementary School, 2121 Fieldstone Pkwy., Franklin – The Club’s most classic event is the regular Sunday Pancake Ride from Fieldstone Farms over to Leipers Fork. Graf Hilgenhurst will lead this week’s ride. Riders take the rolling course to the end of Boyd Mill
Monday, May 29 (Memorial Day) – 8:00 A.M. – Urban Assault: Murals of Nashville! – Centennial Park, Parking Lot on west side of The Parthenon – It is an HBC tradition for our holiday rides to incorporate some urban riding, since there is so little traffic near downtown. Chuck Dunn has led some memorable holiday
During prime season, every other Monday at 6:00 P.M. the Harpeth Club sponsors a ride designed for beginner riders, led by Stan Davey. The ride will begin at River Park in Brentwood, which is just off Concord Road on Knox Valley Drive, right across from the Brentwood Library. The ride will take advantage of the